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Natthanan Kunnamas has been trained in European Studies for over 20 years and taught for over 14 years in over six modules related to the EU. She received BA in International Affairs and German Language with 1st Class Honours from Thammasat University, with highest GPAX (Summa Cum Laude) in 1996. She won Leeds-ASEM Chevening Scholarship to study MA European Politics (EU Public Policy) at University of Leeds, UK and further won Thai government’s funding for doctoral degree at the same place. ...
 
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Two european indie hackers documenting the journey of building bootstrapped software businesses inside the fortress Europe. Follow Jesper Bylund and Marcus Stenbeck as they give in depth insight into the entrepreneurial process. Hosted by @jesperbylund & @marcusstenbeck
 
The Balkans is synonymous with disputed borders and ethnic tensions, this podcast series challenges these divisions by combining audio diaries from eight young people from four different Balkan countries. Our diarists met face-to-face in Tirana, Albania and got the chance to discuss, debate and interview each other on topics relevant to their lives. They decided upon topics for each episode that resonated with Balkan youth and created poignant, thoughtful and entertaining diaries. Subscribe ...
 
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In this week's CER podcast, our director Charles Grant speaks to senior research fellow Camino Mortera-Martinez and Katia Glod of the Centre for European Policy Analysis, to discuss the latest developments in Belarus and on its border with Poland. Belarus’ President Lukashenka is still encouraging migrants from the Middle East to head for that bord…
 
This week’s CER podcast is the second episode in our ‘Ask CER’ series, where our researchers answer questions that our listeners have asked. Our media co-ordinator and host Rosie Giorgi speaks to foreign policy director Ian Bond, research fellow Elisabetta Cornago and deputy director John Springford. They consider the EU’s climate action policies; …
 
In this week's CER podcast, our director Charles Grant speaks to senior research fellow Sam Lowe about the state of UK-EU relations. They discuss the ongoing issue of the Northern Ireland Protocol, and consider some of the other major stumbling blocks in the relationship: financial services, data regulation and the EU's proposed carbon border adjus…
 
In this episode we get to know who the hosts are. Marcus explains what's unique with this podcast from other maker podcasts. We learn about what the hosts have done before these projects. And both Jesper & Marcus give a brief overview of what they're working on now.โดย Jesper Bylund & Marcus Stenbeck
 
In this week’s Centre for European Reform podcast, our chief economist Christian Odendahl is joined by CER’s director of foreign policy, Ian Bond, and research fellows Elisabetta Cornago and Zach Meyers. They consider Europe’s current gas crisis from three distinct yet interlinked angles: the role of climate change, the European gas market and its …
 
In conversation with the UCL European Institute's Uta Staiger, the historian of modern Germany, Jeff Bowersox, discusses the arrival of Black American entertainers in Central Europe around 1900 - prior to the high modernist forms of American entertainment, including jazz. He also explores what the ambivalent responses of German-speaking audiences a…
 
For our new ‘Ask CER’ podcast, we asked listeners to write in with whatever they wanted to know about the EU, Britain and the world, so that our experts could do their best to answer. In the first episode of the series, CER media co-ordinator Rosie Giorgi is joined by our director, Charles Grant, senior research fellow Camino Mortera-Martinez and r…
 
Do you have to be in a couple to be a successful adult? In this episode of Talking Europe, we ask how norms around coupledom differ across Europe and how they have changed in recent decades.The EI’s Claudia Sternberg is joined by Sasha Roseneil, Professor of Interdisciplinary Social Science in the IAS, and UCL’s Dean of Social and Historical Scienc…
 
Would drugs be attractive if they were legal? In our second audio diary Ilir, from Kosovo gives us his thoughts on whether drugs should be legalized . He speaks to friends and experts about their opinions and experiences with drugs Written and Created by Ilir Kicmari Edited and produced by Máire Rowland…
 
In this week's podcast, CER research fellow Luigi Scazzieri speaks to Claudia Major, head of International Security at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP), and Sophia Besch, CER senior research fellow. They discuss the forthcoming federal election and its implications for German foreign, security and defence policy, in…
 
Do ladybugs carry syphilis? Can a tampon pop your cherry? Myths related to sex and sexuality are in abundance everywhere, but youth in the Balkans are often more susceptible to misinformation surrounding sex as sex education is not a part of high school curricula. Our diarist Sanja explores her thoughts and musings about sex education in Serbia and…
 
The attempted coup against Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev in 1991 failed, but today’s Russian regime owes more to the plotters than their democratic opponents. In this CER podcast episode, Ian Bond, our director of foreign policy, speaks to Georgetown University's Angela Stent and Igor Yurgens of Moscow's Institute for Contemporary Development, to…
 
For this week's podcast episode, we have teamed up with the Open Society European Policy Institute (OSEPI). One of our senior research fellows, Camino Mortera-Martinez, recently published a paper about how the EU can fight corruption and uphold the rule of law within its borders. We held an event last month to mark the launch of Camino's report, wh…
 
Last week the European Commission presented its Fit for 55 policy package, setting out its new policies and the reforms it will undertake to meet the EU's 2030 climate goals. These include the reform and expansion of the emissions trading scheme, the creation of a carbon border adjustment mechanism, the revision of renewable energy and energy effic…
 
In this week's podcast, our director of foreign policy Ian Bond speaks to CER research fellow Luigi Scazzieri and Georgina Wright of the Institut Montaigne in Paris. Luigi recently published a paper on EU-UK diplomatic co-operation, and in this episode he, Georgina and Ian consider the ways in which both parties can continue to work together in for…
 
This week European Commission Vice-President Frans Timmermans spoke at a CER event on the EU’s new carbon border adjustment mechanism, the Commission’s plans for reform of the emissions trading scheme, and prospects for COP26. In this CER podcast episode, we provide you with an edited version of his remarks, with commentary from the CER’s John Spri…
 
This week's CER podcast looks ahead to Joe Biden's trip to Europe, where he will meet Boris Johnson and the Queen, before taking part in the G7, NATO and EU-US summits and later meeting Vladimir Putin. Our director of foreign policy Ian Bond speaks to Rosa Balfour, director of Carnegie Europe, and Andrea Kendall-Taylor, senior fellow and director o…
 
Political repression in Belarus has been evident for many years, with opposition leaders disappearing in the late 1990s and many other government critics being persecuted or detained since then; the brutal suppression of popular protests last summer after President Alexander Lukashenko's improbable re-election; and most recently, the forced diversi…
 
In this week's CER podcast, Sam Lowe speaks our new research fellow, Elisabetta Cornago, who is based in Brussels and joins us having previously worked at the OECD and the International Energy Agency. They discuss her areas of expertise (energy and climate policy from an economics perspective), her recent CER publication on Europe's attempts to dec…
 
In this week's CER podcast, Camino Mortera-Martínez chats to our new research fellow Zach Meyers. Zach joins Camino from London to discuss one of Europe’s hottest topics: what to do with Big Tech. Zach also talks about his background as a competition lawyer with a focus on regulated markets, why he joined the CER and what he will be working on in t…
 
Seven years after Russia illegally annexed Crimea, conflict between Russia and Ukraine has resurged, with Putin deploying Russian regular forces along Ukraine's eastern border. In this podcast episode, the CER's director Charles Grant speaks to Ian Bond, our director of foreign policy, and Orysia Lutsevych, research fellow and manager of the Ukrain…
 
Dr. Riitta-Liisa Valijärvi, associate professor in Finnish and minority languages, and PhD candidates, Charlotte Doesberg, and Amanda DiGioia, join “Talking Europe” to discuss their new edited volume, which brings together the fascinating pairing of rock music and research.The three SSEES researchers are the co-editors of ‘Multilingual Metal Music:…
 
In this week's CER podcast, Ian Bond, our Director of Foreign Policy, speaks to Abdoul Salam Bello, Alternate Executive Director at the World Bank and non-resident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council's Africa Centre, and our 2020-21 Clara Marina O'Donnell fellow, Katherine Pye about the situation in the Sahel region of Africa. Katherine recently …
 
In this week's CER podcast, our deputy director John Springford speaks to Jonathan Portes, Professor of Economics at King's College London and senior fellow at UK in a Changing Europe. They discuss the links between pre-COVID austerity and the UK's poor pandemic outcomes, the outlook for recovery and the future of migration now that the UK has left…
 
In this week's podcast episode, our deputy director John Springford speaks to Tomáš Valášek, Member of Slovak Parliament and former CER foreign policy director, who recently resigned from his position as chair of the European affairs committee over Bratislava’s decision to purchase the Russian Sputnik vaccine. Our senior research fellow Camino Mort…
 
In the latest CER podcast, our Clara Marina O'Donnell fellow Katherine Pye speaks to Nathalie Tocci, Director of the Istituto Affari Internazionali and Special Advisor to EU High Representative Josep Borrell, and our research fellow Luigi Scazzieri. They discuss what Italy's new government, led by Mario Draghi, means for Italy and Europe. Music by …
 
In the latest CER podcast episode, our chief economist Christian Odendahl is joined by Agnès Bénassy-Quéré, chief economist at the French Treasury, and our deputy director John Springford. They discuss the outlook for Europe's recovery and whether the EU recovery fund will stop it from petering out.Music by Edward HipkinsProduced by Rosie Giorgi…
 
In this week's podcast episode, the CER's chief economist Christian Odendahl speaks to Laura Krause, Germany director of the social research start-up More in Common, as well as Sophia Besch, a senior research fellow at the CER. They discuss the recent election of new CDU party leader Armin Laschet and the forthcoming federal election in September, …
 
In the first CER podcast of 2021, CER Clara Marina O'Donnell fellow Katherine Pye speaks to the CER's director Charles Grant, senior research fellow and trade expert Sam Lowe and RUSI chair David Lidington. They discuss the substance of the UK-EU TCA which was concluded on Christmas Eve, what we can expect from the future UK-EU relationship. Music …
 
As 2020 draws to a close, the CER's director Charles Grant, chief economist Christian Odendahl and senior research fellow Camino Mortera-Martinez look back at the year from their respective vantage points in London, Berlin and Brussels. They discuss the biggest events of the year such as the pandemic and recovery fund, respect for the rule of law w…
 
This week's CER podcast is the final episode in the series from the CER's annual economics conference, usually hosted at Ditchley Park but this year held as a webinar series.The podcast features event speakers, Sergei Guriev of Sciences Po, Beata Javorcik of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Şebnem Kalemli-Özcan of the Universit…
 
Professor Michael Shackleton is Special Professor in European Institutions at the University of Maastricht and Former Head of the European Parliament Information Office in the UK.In this episode of "Talking Europe," we discuss Michael's latest project, "Collecting Memories: The European Parliament 1979 to 2019." This is an oral archive of stories a…
 
This week's CER podcast is the fourth of five episodes on the CER's annual economics conference, usually hosted at Ditchley Park but this year held as a webinar series. The podcast features Caroline Freund of the World Bank, Anu Bradford of Columbia University, Gabriel Felbermayr of the Kiel Institute of the World Economy, and Alan Beattie of the F…
 
This week's CER podcast is the third of five episodes released in conjunction with the CER's annual economics conference, usually hosted at Ditchley Park but this year held as a webinar series. Christian Odendahl, CER's chief economist, speaks to Stephanie Flanders, head of Bloomberg Economics, about Europe position in the worldwide tech race, the …
 
This week's CER podcast is the second of five episodes released in conjunction with the CER's annual economics conference, usually hosted at Ditchley Park but this year held as a webinar series. Sophia Besch, senior research fellow at the CER, speaks to Sir John Sawers, former diplomat and head of MI6 and now senior adviser at Chatham House and exe…
 
This week's CER podcast is the first of five episodes released in conjunction with the CER's annual economics conference, usually hosted at Ditchley Park but this year held as a webinar series. The CER's chief economist Christian Odendahl speaks to Megan Greene, senior fellow at Harvard Kennedy School, about her thoughts on the post-COVID global re…
 
In this week's podcast episode, Ian Bond, the CER's director of foreign policy, speaks about the forthcoming US election with Sir Nigel Sheinwald, former British Ambassador to the US, Kori Schake, director of foreign and defense policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute and Rachel Ellehuus, deputy director and senior fellow with the Europ…
 
This week's podcast accompanies the launch of the CER policy brief 'Europe, the US and China: A love-hate triangle?', which examines the complex triangular relations between Europe, Beijing and Washington, and considers both what the EU can do to reduce the risks of a China-US conflict, and what it should do to protect its own interests against pre…
 
In this podcast episode, CER director Charles Grant and Catherine Barnard, professor of EU law at Cambridge University and senior fellow at UK in a Changing Europe discuss the controversial Internal Market Bill, its impact on the UK and the likelihood of a UK-EU trade deal.Produced by Rosie GiorgiMusic by Edward Hipkins…
 
The European Commission has unveiled its much-awaited ‘new migration pact’. But just how much of it is new? Will the EU finally agree on a common migration policy?In this podcast episode, CER senior research fellow Camino Mortera-Martínez and Giulia Laganà, senior analyst at the Open Society European Policy Institute, discuss the Commission's lates…
 
In this year's State of the Union address, Ursula von der Leyen laid out her plans for the EU's transition "from fragility to a new vitality". But is the Commission president being too optimistic here? In the latest Centre for European Reform podcast, Charles Grant, Christian Odendahl and Camino Mortera-Martinez discuss the Commission's outline for…
 
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s regional ambitions and push for control of gas resources in Eastern Mediterranean have put Turkey on a collision course with the European Union. Dangerous military incidents involving Turkey, Greece and France have raised the risk of conflict. EU member-states have been split on how best to manage relations with Ank…
 
Lukashenka has rigged his re-election as president of Belarus, and begun a violent crackdown on protesters rejecting the result. The EU, US and Russia face dilemmas in responding to events. Charles Grant and Ian Bond discuss Sunday's election.โดย Centre for European Reform
 
Growing economic tensions, COVID-19, cyber attacks, disinformation, intellectual property theft, a security clamp down in Hong Kong, treatment of the Uyghurs, and restrictions on Huawei: the CER’s director Charles Grant and director of foreign policy Ian Bond examine Europe’s increasingly troubled relationship with China.…
 
Lukashenka is certain to win Belarus’s presidential election. But his suppression of dissent poses a dilemma for the EU: punishing Lukashenka could help Russia to extend its sway over the country.โดย Centre for European Reform
 
European Union leaders will meet in Brussels on July 17-18 to discuss plans for a new recovery fund and long-term budget to help Europe bounce back from the COVID-19 crisis. The CER’s chief economist Christian Odendahl and deputy director John Springford discuss how the EU should spend the money.โดย Centre for European Reform
 
Following Monday’s meeting between Boris Johnson and the three Presidents of the EU, has a deal between the EU and UK become more or less likely? Charles Grant and Sam Lowe discuss.โดย Centre for European Reform
 
Trump's response to the coronavirus pandemic is creating new friction in the transatlantic relationship and exacerbating existing differences on China, trade and defence spending. Tensions will get worse if Trump is re-elected in November.โดย Centre for European Reform
 
On 18th May, Merkel and Macron proposed a €500bn recovery fund for the EU. John Springford and Christian Odendahl discuss why it's needed, and whether reluctant countries will back it.โดย Centre for European Reform
 
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